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Ariana Grande Just Added A New Toronto Date To Her Sweetener Tour

Ariana is now coming back to Toronto in June.

Due to popular demand, Ariana Grande has announced some extra tour dates for her "Sweetener" tour and Toronto is one of them! The "thank u, next" superstar was already paying a scheduled visit to the city as part of the 2019 tour. But now she is going to be hitting up Toronto twice. 

Previously, Ariana announced she would be hitting up four Canadian cities. She would start in Montreal on April 1st, then Toronto on April 3rd, before heading out west to Edmonton and then Vancouver at the end of April. This is all still happening but now she's doubling back to Toronto in June too. 

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Ariana will officially do another concert in Toronto on June 26th, 2019 at Scotiabank Arena. This is one of nine new dates added to the world tour. Other cities that are getting extra shows are LA, New York, Boston, Chicago, and Miami. 

The newly extended dates also make Toronto the new last stop on the Sweetener World Tour which travels across North American from March 18th to now June 26th in 2019. 

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Of course, the new dates aren't the only exciting news about Ariana's tour. This week also marks the official start of ticket sales for Sweetener shows across Canada and the US, for some fans as early as tomorrow. 

American Express cardholders get early access to ticket sales tomorrow, December 11th at 10 am local time. As for general public sales, those will start on Friday, December 14th at 10:00 AM local time as well. Friday is also when tickets for the new dates will be on sale. 

READ MORE: These Are All Of The Hidden Messages You Missed In Ariana Grande's 'Thank U, Next' Music Video

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Ariana Grande has made a lot of headlines so far this year not only for her Grammy-nominated music but also her whirlwind romance with Pete Davidson which, along with all her other past relationships inspired the iconic song and music video "thank u, next"

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